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Denise Farina

Hi Leslis! Thanks for the question about cashiering. First of all, I started out as a bagger about 8+ years ago, and I did start as a bagger - putting on a friendly face is important as you get started. You learn how to pack food first - next, if all goes well, you will be operating a cash register ( you usually will take tutorial training - pd training..) You will need to be able to count change back to your customer and will be notified all the time with updates about the store you are cashiering at.. it can be fun and rewarding - you make it happen for the customer and 'the customer is always right'. Hope that helped a little..

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EMIL Dasanayaka

iam expireanve 5 year

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Megan Wade

Great question Leslis! When I applied for my first job as a cashier, I had no work experience yet, so on the application for the part where it asked for any qualities you have, I put that I work well with others, I'm a hard worker, and that I am a fast learner and adapt well to new environments. And then, not long after I submitted my application I got a call for an interview and began working rite away after that. Hopefully this helps! Good luck!

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Brian Williams

Being a cashier takes patience and focus. You are the initial means of money handling at any establishment you may work for. Be careful counting, receiving and disbursing any money or coins. Every penny counts. Know the CORRECT system for processing credit cards and debit card and gift cards. be knowledgeable about refunding policies. NEVER handle more money than the store allows or an amount you feel uncomfortable with. Always make sure your money is counted before you receive it at the start of your shift and double checked at the end for any errors. Never let another employee handle your money/till without express consent from management. Remember, you are the one handling the store's money. be a responsible person, friendly and polite. That's a cashier

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Sol Ramos

Hola Leslis Gomez necesitas tener Buena actitud con [email protected] personas que entran Al negocio no importa cual sea la actitud de esas personas saber manejar dinero pero sobre Todo una Buena presentacion.Siempre mantener una sonrisa no importando cual sea TU situation espero que Esto te ayude yo lo hice por casi 20 años.

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Pamela Lawson

Just handling cash

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Rebecca Kyle

A positive attitude

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Nelson Comandari

Well i’ve only been working at subway for about a month and you do mostly get experience for everything all you really need is to be friendly and have a good attitude and be polite

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Jessica Horlick

My job hired me and trained me on the computer with no experience. They usually teach you how the system works and how best to close out your station.

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Amber Wyse

I've been a server/cashier in food service for almost 20 years. It kinda depends on what kind of merchandise you're ringing up, and what method you are using to do so. Basic math skills are #1 b4 the day when everything is digital we did it all by hand. If a customer's bill is $27.88 and they hand u $50 : start counting the change at $27.88...89,90= 2 pennies and a dime makes $0.12, that's $28 even. So .....29,30= 2 one dollar Bill's then add $20 and that's $50.00 so the change they get is ....$12.12...the machine will do it for ya. Just learn to deal with ppls attitudes and you good.

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